One Health APP

Assessment for Planning & Performance

  • OH APP Resources
  • Global One Health Resources
  • One Health Technical Guides
  • Stakeholder Mapping
  • One Health Sensitization
  • Organizational Structure and ToR
  • Leading Change
  • Governance Manual
  • Platform Launch
  • One Health Strategic Plans
  • National Preparedness and Response Planning
  • Incorporating OH into Technical Guidance
  • Tabletop Simulations
  • After Action Reviews
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Sustainable Funding
  • Gender Integration
  • Private Sector Engagement
  • Stakeholder Mapping
  • One Health Sensitization
  • Organizational Structure and ToR
  • Leading Change
  • Governance Manual
  • Platform Launch
  • One Health Strategic Plans
  • National Preparedness and Response Planning
  • Incorporating OH into Technical Guidance
  • Tabletop Simulations
  • After Action Reviews
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Sustainable Funding
  • Gender Integration
  • Private Sector Engagement

Mobilize Technical and Financial Resources Toolkit


A crucial part of the successful coordination that leads to improved preparedness and response for emerging pandemic threats is sustainable funding: adequate, reliable funds for national One Health platforms and their preparedness and prevention activities, and quickly accessible funds for outbreak response activities. The objective of the Sustainable Funding for One Health Toolkit is to support One Health platforms and other coordination mechanisms in requesting and receiving funds to support operations of the platform and its activities in the long term.

Sustainable_Funding_Strategy_Toolkit_Overview
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Private Sector Engagement Toolkit


The private sector can play a strategic and critical role in planning for, preventing, and responding to outbreaks. As a One Health stakeholder, the private sector has business expertise that can fill gaps in the planning and execution of a country's One Health strategy. This toolkit provides the tools and guidance needed to evaluate potential entry points for private sector engagement in One Health activities, and to develop and communicate the business case for public-private partnership to platform members and the private sector.

Private Sector Engagement Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Gender Integration Toolkit


Gender integration is considered part of the enabling environment that supports National One Health Platform (NOHP) objectives and activities. This toolkit includes specific considerations and guidance for One Health platforms and other stakeholders to identify and address gender-related vulnerabilities and the gender dimensions of preparedness and response, and to promote gender equity and equality at both technical and operational levels.

Gender toolkit overview
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Policy and Advocacy Toolkit


Advocacy is essential to sustaining political commitment to health security. This toolkit will help One Health platforms develop and implement a policy advocacy strategy to guide them in advancing messages to gain decision-makers’ support, identifying advocacy tools and events to strengthen collaboration and policies, and cultivating alliances and champions for the One Health cause.

Policy and Advocacy Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


After Action Reviews Toolkit


A disease outbreak after action review (AAR) follows an outbreak investigation or response. AARs are qualitative exercises that help build the capacity and performance of the national One Health platform. The AAR enables the One Health platform to review what happened during the public health event, assess interventions against performance standards, identify strengths and weaknesses and agree on necessary actions to improve.

After Action Reviews Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Tabletop Simulations Toolkit


A simulation is an exercise that imitates a real-life scenario to assess or reinforce preparedness protocols and capabilities. By using real-world applications, simulations assess levels of preparedness and test the practicality, adequacy, and efficiency of plans and procedures. Likewise, simulations enable organizations to identify gaps or weaknesses in staff skills and capacity. Platforms typically engage in simulation exercises to examine and strengthen the level of coordination across One Health sectors in preparedness activities. This toolkit helps platforms and other stakeholders understand common terms; the types of simulations; how to choose the right type of simulation given your objective(s), organizational readiness, timeline, and resources; and the step-by-step process of designing and implementing a simulation.

Tabletop Simulations Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Case Studies


Governance Manual Toolkit


To be effective, national One Health platforms should develop and agree on governance processes that clearly explain how the platform will function. Governance processes may be captured in a manual that outlines the platform’s purpose; its roles and responsibilities; meeting and communications protocols; the allocation of human, financial, and technical resources; and a means of evaluating and reporting on performance. This toolkit provides an overview of how to develop a governance manual that can clarify the management and operations of a national One Health platform.

Governance Manual Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Incorporating One Health into Policy and Technical Guidance Toolkit


This toolkit will guide you through the process of integrating the concept of One Health approach into new or existing sectoral and cross-sectoral policy and technical guidance documents, including guidelines, standard operating procedures (SOPs), protocols, and plans, as part of broader One Health policy advocacy and multisectoral preparedness and response efforts.

Incorporating One Health into Policy and Technical Guidance Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


One Health Strategic Plans Toolkit


A One Health Strategic Plan is a national policy document that lays out a coordinated, multisectoral One Health approach to disease threats of public health concern, especially zoonotic diseases. It also serves as the basis for platform work planning and as an advocacy tool for mobilizing resources. This toolkit will guide you through the step-by-step process of developing a national strategic plan, using a participatory, stakeholder-driven approach.

One Health Strategic Plans Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


National Preparedness and Response Plans Toolkit


The Preparedness and Response Planning (PRP) toolkit is designed to support countries in their development of multisectoral PRPs for Public Health Events, including Public Health Events of Initially Unknown Etiology (PHEIUEs); it can be used by countries that lack plans or by countries who want to strengthen their existing plans, technical documents, or Standard Operating Procedures for outbreak response. While the WHO Africa Region Public Health Events (PHE) framework provides the basis for planning for an event of initially unknown etiology, this toolkit has drawn from existing global norms and references to serve as more detailed technical guidance on using the One Health approach and developing multisectoral country-level emergency preparedness and response capacity.

National Preparedness and Response Plans Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


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Platform Launch Toolkit


Platform launch events are an excellent way to confirm commitment to global health security, generate enthusiasm for a One Health platform, and raise visibility for One Health. This toolkit provides a step-by-step process that can be followed to plan and implement activities to ensure a successful platform launch.

Platform Launch
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Platform Operations Support - Leading Change Toolkit


A national One Health platform must serve as a neutral, trusted, effective, and efficient mobilizer for all the platform’s sectors and stakeholders. The platform members, therefore, require the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes to lead change in the culture and general operating norms of individual ministries and partners, fostering collaboration across sectors. Specialized training for platform members can support the development and strengthening of this skill set. The purpose of this toolkit is to foster those skills in individual members of the platform and to document an agreed upon change plan to work on after the workshop.

Platform Operations Support - Leading Change Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Organizational Structure and Terms of Reference Toolkit


An organizational structure for a National One Health Platform defines the platform’s structural components and how they interact internally and with external bodies. The organizational structure includes an organogram and terms of reference defining platform roles and responsibilities, as well as information sharing among stakeholders. This toolkit outlines the general process and tools needed to support country efforts to develop or revise a One Health platform’s organizational structure and terms of reference.

Org structure and TOR
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


One Health Sensitization Toolkit


Understanding the importance of a One Health approach and being able to advocate for it among partners is critical to ensuring its adoption and implementation. To engage stakeholders and build their commitment to a One Health approach, P&R recommends a variety of sensitization activities, including individual meetings, sharing of relevant literature and organization of workshops.

This toolkit provides a framework for conducting a workshop that is specifically focused on One Health sensitization as the primary objective. This toolkit will guide you through the process of preparing and executing a one-day One Health sensitization workshop. It also includes details on a one- to two-day follow-on module on how to prepare and respond to public health events of initially unknown etiology.

One Health Sensitization Toolkit
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Stakeholder Mapping Toolkit


Multisectoral coordination for the prevention, detection and response to disease outbreaks requires a host of stakeholders to not only take part in the national One Health platform but be actively engaged in joint planning to ensure effective coordination of national preparedness and response interventions. A clear, in-depth understanding of the various stakeholders involved in One Health programs and platforms is an important step in engaging these stakeholders, developing platforms, and supporting One Health activities. This toolkit will guide you through the process of planning and executing stakeholder mapping.

Stakeholder Mapping Toolkit Overview
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Supporting Tools (click to download)


Toolkits



  • A clear, in-depth understanding of the various stakeholders involved in One Health programs and platforms is an important step in engaging these stakeholders, developing platforms, and supporting One Health activities.

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    Understanding the importance of a One Health approach and being able to advocate for it among partners is critical to ensuring its adoption and implementation.

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    An organizational structure for a National One Health Platform defines the platform’s structural components and how they interact internally and with external bodies.


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    The platform members require the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes to lead change in the culture and general operating norms of individual ministries and partners, fostering collaboration across sectors.

  • To be effective, national One Health platforms should develop and agree on governance processes that clearly explain how the platform will function. Governance processes may be captured in a manual that outlines the platform’s purpose.

  • Platform launch events are an excellent way to confirm commitment to global health security, generate enthusiasm for a One Health platform, and raise visibility for One Health.


  • A One Health Strategic Plan is a national policy document that lays out a coordinated, multisectoral One Health approach to disease threats of public health concern, especially zoonotic diseases.

  • The Preparedness and Response Planning (PRP) toolkit is designed to support countries in their development of multisectoral PRPs for Public Health Events, including Public Health Events of Initially Unknown Etiology (PHEIUEs).

  • This toolkit will guide you through the process of integrating the concept of One Health approach into new or existing sectoral and cross-sectoral policy and technical guidance documents.


  • A simulation is an exercise that imitates a real-life scenario to assess or reinforce preparedness protocols and capabilities.

  • A disease outbreak after action review (AAR) follows an outbreak investigation or response. AARs are qualitative exercises that help build the capacity and performance of the national One Health platform.

  • Advocacy is essential to sustaining political commitment to health security.


  • A crucial part of the successful coordination that leads to improved preparedness and response for emerging pandemic threats is sustainable funding: adequate, reliable funds for national One Health platforms and their preparedness and prevention activities.

  • Gender integration is considered part of the enabling environment that supports National One Health Platform (NOHP) objectives and activities.

  • The private sector can play a strategic and critical role in planning for, preventing, and responding to outbreaks. As a One Health stakeholder, the private sector has business expertise that can fill gaps in the planning and execution of a country's One Health strategy.


  • Workshop Resources (French)




    (FR) Training Of Facilitators Agenda
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    (FR) Touch-base ToF
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    PowerPoint

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    (FR) Touch-base Agenda
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    Word

    File size:
    53 KB


    (FR) Touch-base
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    PowerPoint

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    17,065 KB

    (FR) Touch-base Evaluation
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    Word

    File size:
    51 KB

    (FR) OH-APP Agenda
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    Word

    File size:
    53 KB


    (FR) One Health ToF Agenda
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    Word

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    (FR) OH-APP Acronyms
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    (FR) OH-APP Evaluation
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    Word

    File size:
    99 KB

    (FR) OH-APP Workshop
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    PowerPoint

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    25,321 KB

    (FR) Training of Facilitators
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    PowerPoint

    File size:
    11,888 KB


    (FR) P4P Comparison Template
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    Excel

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    18 KB

    (FR) Job Aid
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    Word

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    Workshop Room Setup
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    PowerPoint

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    38 KB